Story of the Eye - Chapter 11, Under the Sun of Seville; Chapter 12, Simone's Confession and Sir Edmund's Mass; Chapter 13, The Legs of the Fly Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Under the Sun of Seville; Chapter 12, Simone's Confession and Sir Edmund's Mass; Chapter 13, The Legs of the Fly Summary

Simone grows bored and suggests they move on. Simone, the narrator, and Sir Edmund travel to Seville. The new location represents new excitement. Simone and the narrator find many public places in which to have sex while Sir Edmund watches. Every day they explore the city. One day they come across the church of Don Juan. Sir Edmund sends Simone inside to explore the church alone. Simone returns laughing hysterically. Before the narrator and Sir Edmund can learn what is so funny, Simone urinates on herself. Simone is now wet, making her dress see through. They decide to go inside the church and wait until Simone is...

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